Wondering what Aria Montgomery (Lucy Hale) will looks like in the aftermath of the Ezra betrayal that went down on the last Pretty Little Liars? No need to wait! In the sneak peek for Season 4, Episode 21 (“She’s Come Undone”), Aria is on the edge of anger, despair, retaliation, you name it! And she needs to speak to Ezra now.

In the 50-second video, a ghost-like Aria marches by Spencer and Emily at school. She is obviously on a mission. Three guesses on who she’s going to see? Team Spemily obviously thinks confronting Ezra at school is a bad idea and we agree because they take off after their focused friend.

“What’s going on? I thought you were taking the day off?” Emily asks Aria.

“I need to speak to Ezra face-to-face,” Aria explains without breaking stride. “I don’t know where the truth begins and where the lies end.” Yikes! Someone’s been writing poetry about their inner turmoil. Spencer grabs Aria’s arm to halt her: “Listen, we know you need answer, OK?”

“And you certainly deserve them,” Emily continues, as a confused Hanna joins them in the hallway. “But confronting him at school is not the best idea,” Spencer finishes. Whoa, Team Spemily. Way to finish one another’s sentences! Aria is less impressed. In fact, she doesn’t even seem to be listening. She strides into Ezra’s classroom, class in session, only to find that Ezra has been replaced by a substitute whom she promptly grills.

“Where’s Ezra?” she demands. “Do you mean Mr. Fitz?” the somewhat patronizing sub asks. The teacher goes on to inform Aria: “Mr. Fitz took time off for a family emergency. Is there something I can help you with?”

“Oh, a family emergency? Right,” Aria says, and it sounds like eye-rolling. The clip ends before we can find out what happens next, but you can be assured that, if there was anyone at Rosewood High who previously doubted the rumors of an Ezria affair, then there aren’t anymore.


Do you think Aria will get a chance to talk to Ezra? Do you think it’s a good idea? Sound off in the comments below!

Catch the next episode of Pretty Little Liars on Tuesday, February 25, 2014 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC Family

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